Brush build along

Discussion in 'The Brush' started by oscar11, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    Closer to finished.
    brush build along 012_640x480.jpg
     
  2. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    I'll use a dremel to take off the nub and then polish.
    antique gold 004_640x480.jpg
     
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  3. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    All we need to do now is tweek the loft if needed, polish and glue the knot. antique gold 006_640x480.jpg
     
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  4. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

  5. GDCarrington

    GDCarrington Burma Shave

    If another photo is coming then I think I am going to really like what I will see...
     
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  6. swarden43

    swarden43 "It's your shave. Enjoy it your way."©

    Nope. Not until we see the proof in the pics!! ;)
     
  7. tomnat

    tomnat accepting applications

    Oscar, this is awesome!! I love your post. Thanks so much for sharing with us. Feel free to include us in your next project.
     
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  8. alpla444

    alpla444 That's sweet!

    :signs011:, fantastic journy, with some graet pics, thanks for sharing, and yes I want to see the finnished brush:D
     
  9. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    ag brush 004_640x480.jpg ag brush 006_640x480.jpg
    I ran out of batteries. 2 views pre bloom. Loft @ 50mm/22mm finest fan.
     
  10. IAmTheJody

    IAmTheJody Gillette-i Master

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  11. Neolithium

    Neolithium I am Canadian, eh

    That is definitely a beauty!
     
  12. GDCarrington

    GDCarrington Burma Shave

    Tres élégante! Magnifique!
     
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  13. swarden43

    swarden43 "It's your shave. Enjoy it your way."©

    :signs021: :signs107::signs154: yup, excellent!
     
  14. stonyloam

    stonyloam Well-Known Member

    Nice! How are you polishing?
     
  15. GDCarrington

    GDCarrington Burma Shave

  16. BassTone

    BassTone Well-Known Member

    Wonderful thread! Beautiful brush! Excellent work! :happy096:
     
  17. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    stony, I use a micro mesh progression then wheel buff.
     
  18. PanChango

    PanChango Not Cute

    Great Job Steve. Thanks for sharing.
     
  19. stonyloam

    stonyloam Well-Known Member

    Me too, but no wheel, all on the lathe at max speed.
     
  20. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    Nope, all sanding with the micro mesh is done as slow as I can. Buffing on a cotton wheel, I'd guess 1600 - 1800 rpms.
     
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